1997 Pontiac Trans Sport Expert Reviews

chicagotribune.com's view

By Jim Mateja on January 5, 1997

chicagotribune.com's view

By Jim Mateja on January 5, 1997

The 1997 Pontiac Trans Sport mini-van reminds us of an old expression: "If my uncle wore a dress he'd be my aunt." OK, we took some liberties; the expression really is: "If my aunt shaved her... Read full review

washingtonpost.com's view

By Warren Brown on June 6, 1997

washingtonpost.com's view

By Warren Brown on June 6, 1997

NEW YORK -- This city is the height of banality and excitement. It surprises in what it finds surprising. Take the 1997 Pontiac Trans Sport SE minivan. I recently parked it on a West Side street, ... Read full review

Orlando Sentinel's view

By Richard Truett on January 30, 1997

Orlando Sentinel's view

By Richard Truett on January 30, 1997

First there were sports cars. Then came sports sedans. Now - thanks to Pontiac - there is a sports van. I can't think of another way to classify the all-new Trans Sport. It accelerates and han... Read full review


IndyStar.com's view

By George Moore on April 28, 1996

IndyStar.com's view

By George Moore on April 28, 1996

GM's Pontiac Division is putting a new spin on its 1997 Trans Sport minivan.Rather than just another minivan, the 1997 Trans Sport will lie between a minivan and a sport/utility vehicle both i... Read full review

The Detroit News's view

By Anita And Paul Lienert on May 7, 1997

The Detroit News's view

By Anita And Paul Lienert on May 7, 1997

You can't buy a Pontiac sport-utility vehicle. But Pontiac would like you to believe you can get a sport-ute of sorts with its 1997 Trans Sport minivan with the Montana package. Trouble is, yo... Read full review